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Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology (NUCL) in the American Chemical Society


Welcome to the new NUCL Home Page.  The menu and sub-menus to the left will guide you to information about the Division’s activities, such as the Nuclear and Radiochemistry Summer Schools, symposia at the ACS National Meetings, other meetings related the the division members’ research, or other resources to learn more about the division.  Please feel free to send suggestions and additions to any member of the website committee. You can view some of the most recently posted information below.


Recent Posts


Post-Doc Position – University of Central Florida

There is a post-doc position available with Assistant Professor Vasileios Anagnostopoulos for work in the area of environmental radiochemistry. More information about the research group can be found http://www.anagnostopoulos-lab.com/ in the position posting, or by contacting Vasileios.Anagnos AT ucf.edu.


October 2019 Newsletter

Highlights Include: FROM THE CHAIR COUNCILOR’S REPORT UPCOMING PROGRAMMING NUCL MEMBER HIGHLIGHT NUCL ELECTIONS ACS INNOVATION HUB MESSAGE FROM NUCLEAR AND RADIOCHEMISTRY SUMMER SCHOOLS AWARDS NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE NUCL IN C&EN POSTDOC OPENING – COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES


Scientist Position – ANL

ANL Assistant Chemist Job Posting 406997 For more information and to submit an application, please visit www.anl.gov  and follow links from Explore Jobs & Internships (bottom of page) You could also contact Richard Wilson rewilson AT anl.gov The Heavy Elements Group in …

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Open Positions in Related Fields

LLNL – Health And Safety Associate: Bachelor’s degree in Health Physics, Radiation Physics, Radiation Protection, or other scientific field or the equivalent combination of education and extensive related experience. http://careers-llnl.ttcportals.com/jobs/4356710-health-and-safety-associate


Post-Doc Position – Colorado School of Mines

Dr. Shafer is seeking a post-doc. The project would focus on molten salt and materials chemistry of uranium, zirconium and lithium. Electrochemistry, materials science, molten salt and/or glovebox experience preferred. Ph.D. Required. The group has a demonstrated history of exciting …

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Post-Doc (Fellow) Position – University of Washington

The Radionuclide Production and Molecular Radiotherapy Research Laboratories in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Washington (Seattle, WA) develops and evaluates radiochemistry methods that can be applied to produce and purify therapeutic and theranostic radionuclides, as well …

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Post-Doc Position – Los Alamos National Laboratory

Job#: IRC7944 The Materials Recovery and Recycle Group (AMPP-4) is seeking an exceptional postdoctoral candidate in radiochemistry and corrosion science. The successful candidate will perform research in a range of fundamental and applied research projects such as developing and implementing …

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Scientist Position – Argonne National Laboratory

ANL Assistant Chemist Job Posting 4065800 For more information and to submit an application, please visit www.anl.gov  and follow links from Explore Jobs & Internships (bottom of page) You could also contact Dr. Soderholm, ls AT anl.gov Position Description  The Separation …

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Faculty Position – University of Iowa

The Department of Chemistry is seeking applicants for an assistant professor position with a focus on radiochemistry. More information is available at https://jobs.uiowa.edu under requisition #73702, or you can view the full announcement. Application review will begin by September 1, …

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2018 Kinard Award Winner – Steve Yates

Congratulations to Prof. Steve Yates (University of Kentucky), recipient of the 2018 W. Frank Kinard Distinguished Service Award. Steve will receive his award at the NUCL business meeting during the ACS Fall National Meeting in Boston. Prof. Yates has been …

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